BLS COURSE 3.5 CPD Approved by: DCAS,DHA,HAAD,MOH


Duration : 6 hrs

Objectives:

  • At the conclusion of this course, the participant will be able to:
  • Explain the importance of early CPR
  • Recall the basic steps of 1 and 2 rescuer CPR for adults, children and infants
  • Explain the importance of early defibrillation
  • Recall the basic steps for use of an AED
  • Recall the basic steps to relieve choking for responsive and unresponsive victims over 1 year of age and for infants
  • Explain the importance of each link in the adult and pediatric Chain of Survival

Outline :

  • High-quality CPR for adults, children, and infants
  • The Chain of Survival, specifically the BLS components
  • Use of an AED
  • Effective ventilations using a barrier device
  • Importance of teams in multirescuer resuscitation and performance as an effective team member during multirescuer CPR
  • Relief of foreign-body airway obstruction (choking) for adults and infants
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ACLS COURSE 10 CPD Approved By : DCAS, DHA, HAAD, MOH


Duration : 2 Days

Objectives:

At the conclusion, participants should be able to:

  • Recognize and initiate early management of periarrest conditions that may result in cardiac arrest or complicate resuscitation outcome
  • Demonstrate proficiency in providing BLS care, including prioritizing chest compressions and integrating automated external defibrillator (AED) use
  • Recognize and manage respiratory arrest
  • Recognize and manage cardiac arrest until termination of resuscitation or transfer of care, including immediate post–cardiac arrest care
  • Recognize and initiate early management of acute coronary syndromes, including appropriate disposition
  • Recognize and initiate early management of stroke, including appropriate disposition
  • Demonstrate effective communication as a member or leader of a resuscitation team and recognize the impact of team dynamics on overall team performance

Outline :

  • Basic life support skills, including effective chest compressions, use of a bag-mask device, and use of an AED
  • Recognition and early management of respiratory and cardiac arrest
  • Recognition and early management of peri-arrest conditions such as symptomatic bradycardia
  • Airway management
  • Related pharmacology
  • Management of ACS and stroke
  • Effective communication as a member and leader of a resuscitation team
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PALS COURSE 10.5 CPD Approved By : DCAS, DHA, HAAD, MOH


Duration : 2 Days

Objectives:

Upon completion of the course the student will be able to:

  • Integrate knowledge of EMS systems, safety/wellbeing of the paramedic, and medical/legal and ethical issues, which is intended to improve the health of EMS personnel, patients, and the community.
  • Integrate knowledge of pharmacology to formulate a treatment plan intended to mitigate emergencies and improve the overall health of the patient.
  • Integrate knowledge of anatomy, physiology, and pathophysiology into the assessment to develop and implement a treatment plan with the goal of assuring a patent airway, adequate mechanical ventilation and respiration for all patients.
  • Integrate scene and patient assessment findings with knowledge of epidemiology and pathophysiology to form a field impression, differential diagnosis and formulate a treatment plan.
  • Integrate comprehensive knowledge of causes and pathophysiology into the management of cardiac arrest and peri-arrest states.
  • Integrate a comprehensive knowledge of the causes and pathophysiology into the management of shock, respiratory failure or arrest with an emphasis on early intervention to prevent arrest.
  • Safely and effectively perform all psychomotor skills within the scope of the Paramedic practice.

Outline :

  • High-quality Child CPR AED and Infant CPR
  • Recognition of patients who do and do not require immediate intervention
  • Recognition of cardiopulmonary arrest early and application of CPR within 10 seconds
  • Apply team dynamics
  • Differentiation between respiratory distress and failure
  • Early interventions for respiratory distress and failure
  • Differentiation between compensated and decompensated (hypotensive) shock
  • Early interventions for the treatment of shock
  • Differentiation between unstable and stable patients with arrhythmias
  • Clinical characteristics of instability in patients with arrhythmias
  • Post–cardiac arrest management
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INFECTION PREVENTION AND CONTROL CPD Approved By : DCAS, DHA, HAAD, MOH


Duration : 1 Day

Objectives:

  • Recognize how changes in culture and behavior are needed to implement effective infection control
  • Make a personal commitment to learning and implementing effective infection control measures
  • Identify the core elements (modules) of the basic infection control course
  • Describe the sequence of events that comprise the “chain of infection”
  • Define Standard Precautions for infection control and list the key elements
  • Select appropriate Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) to be used – alone or in combination
  • Apply the “5 Moments of hand hygiene”, Safe Injection Practice, and respiratory hygiene/cough etiquette to prevent the spread of infectious agents
  • Describe non-critical cleaning and disinfection environmental measures to prevent transmission of infection, including waste disposal and laundry management procedures

Outline :

  • Transmission Based Precautions
  • Healthcare associated infections
  • Transmission of infections
  • Occupational exposure
  • MRD management
  • Cleaning, disinfection and sterilization of equipment
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IN HOSPITAL FIRE SAFETY CPD Approved By : DCAS, DHA, HAAD, MOH


Duration : 1 Day

Objectives:

The objectives of the Fire Safety Management Plan include:

  • Comply with all relevant fire safety codes, standards and regulations.
  • Enforce current fire safety practices for patients, staff, students, and visitors.
  • Provide fire safety education and training as appropriate.
  • Monitor the effectiveness of the fire safety program.
  • Identify opportunities to improve fire safety performance and develop and implement improvements
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ECG CPD Approved By : DCAS, DHA, HAAD, MOH


Duration : 1 Day

Objectives:

This course presents the student with an introductory overview related to the anatomy and physiology of the heart. It also explores normal electrical conduction as well as common variations as evidenced by changes in the waveform on the cardiac monitoring device.

  • Define unique characteristics of cardiac system related to anatomy and physiology of the heart,
  • Demonstrate understanding of normal electrophysiology of the cardiac system,
  • Recognize normal waveforms in the electrical conduction of the cardiac system,
  • Identify common variations in the electrical conduction of the cardiac system,
  • distinguish deadly heart rhythms in the electrical conduction of the cardiac system,

Outline :

  • Basic Anatomy and Physiology of the Heart
  • Electrical Conduction System of the Heart
  • Basic waveform analysis
  • Components of obtaining an accurate EKG reading
  • Role and responsibilities of person obtaining &/or monitoring EKG
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WHO ESSENTIALS IN BREASTFEEDING CPD Approved By : DCAS, DHA, HAAD, MOH


Duration : 3 Day

Objectives:

The short-term objectives of this course are:

  • To help equip the hospital staff with the knowledge and skill base necessary to transform their health facilities into baby-friendly institutions through implementation of the Ten Steps to Successful Breastfeeding, and
  • To sustain policy and practice changes. This course is suitable for staff who has contact with pregnant women, mothers and their newborn infants. The staff may include doctors, midwives, nurses, health care assistants, nutritionists, peer supporters and other staff. It is also suitable for use in pre-service training so that students are prepared with the knowledge and skills to support breastfeeding when they begin work. A hospital may use sections of the course to provide short in-service sessions for staff on specific topics. The course by itself cannot transform hospitals, but it can provide a common foundation for basic breastfeeding management that will lay the basis for change. These health workers in contact with the women and her child, along with hospital administrators, policy makers, and government officials will then have the bigger task of ensuring long-term implementation of appropriate policies that support optimal infant feeding. On completion of this course, the participant is expected to be able to:
  • use communication skills to talk with pregnant women, mothers and co-workers;
  • practice the Ten Steps to Successful Breastfeeding and abide by the International Code of Marketing of Breast-milk Substitutes;
  • discuss with a pregnant woman the importance of breastfeeding and outline practices that support the initiation of breastfeeding;
  • facilitate skin-to-skin contact and early initiation of breastfeeding;
  • assist a mother to learn the skills of positioning and attaching her baby as well as the skill of hand expression;
  • discuss with a mother how to find support for breastfeeding after she returns home;
  • outline what needs to be discussed with a women who is not breastfeeding and know to whom to refer this woman for further assistance with feeding her baby;
  • identify practices that support and those that interfere with breastfeeding;
  • Work with co-workers to highlight barriers to breastfeeding and seek ways to overcome those barriers.

Key Points:

  • Breastfeeding is important for mother and baby.
  • Most mothers and babies can breastfeed.
  • Mothers and babies who are not breastfeeding need extra care to be healthy.
  • Hospital practices can help (or hinder) baby and mother friendly practices.
  • Implementing the Baby-friendly Hospital Initiative helps good practices to happen.

Session Outlines:

  • Session 1: BFHI: a part of the Global Strategy
  • Session 2: Communication skills
  • Session 3: Promoting breastfeeding during pregnancy
  • Session 4: Protecting breastfeeding
  • Session 5: Birth practices and breastfeeding
  • Session 6: How milk gets from breast to baby
  • Session 7: Helping with a breastfeed
  • Session 8: Practices that assist breastfeeding
  • Session 9: Milk supply
  • Session 10: Infants with special needs
  • Session 11: If baby cannot feed at the breast
  • Session 12: Breast and nipple conditions
  • Session 13: Maternal health concerns
  • Session 14: On-going support for mothers
  • Session 15: Making your hospital baby-friendly
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NRP CPD Approved By : DCAS, DHA, HAAD, MOH


Duration : 1 Day

Objectives:

Upon completion of the course the student will be able to:

  • Discuss five principles of neonatal resuscitation.
  • Correctly perform the initial steps in neonatal resuscitation.
  • Demonstrate the appropriate use of resuscitation devices for positive pressure ventilation during neonatal resuscitation.
  • Demonstrate appropriate chest compressions during neonatal resuscitation.
  • Demonstrate appropriate and effective techniques for endotracheal intubation during neonatal resuscitation.
  • Demonstrate the appropriate administration of medications during neonatal resuscitation.
  • Discuss and perform medical and nursing interventions for special situations related to neonatal resuscitation.
  • Demonstrate appropriate and effective implementation of resuscitation strategies for babies born preterm.
  • Discuss appropriate interventions to implement during situations where end of life is considered or occurring.

Outline :

  • Lesson 1 – Overview and Principles of Resuscitation
  • Lesson 2 – Initial Steps of Resuscitation
  • Lesson 3 – Use of Resuscitation Devices for Positive Pressure Ventilation
  • Lesson 4 – Chest Compressions
  • Lesson 5 – Endotracheal Intubation and Laryngeal Mask Airway Insertion
  • Lesson 6 – Medications
  • Lesson 7 – Special Considerations
  • Lesson 8 – Resuscitation of Babies Born Preterm
  • Lesson 9 – Ethics and Care at the End of Life
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MENTAL HEALTHCARE CPD Approved By : DCAS, DHA, HAAD, MOH


Duration : 1 Day

Objectives:

At the end of the course, Students will be able to identify & describe:

  • The terms of "mental health" and "mental illness".
  • Be aware of the general assumptions and prejudices about mental health problems.
  • Recognize some of the signs and symptoms of mental health problems.
  • Have a basic knowledge of some common mental illnesses including depression, anxiety, SAD, OCD, panic attacks, eating disorders, schizophrenia, and bi-polar disorder.
  • Understand how it might feel to have a mental health problem
  • Know how to communicate more effectively with people who have mental health problems.
  • Be introduced to basic tools for coping with mental ill health

Overview :

The process of promoting the health of individuals with mental health challenges is an integral component of professional nursing practice. This course provides a philosophical and theoretical foundation for understanding mental health challenges as well as the nursing interventions to promote mental health care.

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PATIENT SAFETY CPD Approved By : DCAS, DHA, HAAD, MOH


Duration : 1 Day

Objectives:

The overall aim of this seminar is to engage health-care professionals regarding the importance of patient safety in improving care delivery, so that they can apply the principles, concepts, practices and tools in workplace settings.

  • Provide comprehensive courses on patient safety learning
  • Inform health-care institutions and facilities of the priority topics in patient safety
  • Enhance patient safety as an important theme throughout all health-care professionals courses
  • Advise health-care providers and prepare them for safe practices in the workplace
  • Create an opportunity for inter-disciplinary learning about patient safety
  • Recognize the magnitude and the importance of patient safety
  • Become aware of the principles and methodologies in patient safety and how this relates to delivering safe and quality services to patients
  • Reflect on how patient safety practices can help to minimize the incidence and impact of medical errors, adverse events, and maximize recovery from them
  • Become aware of the range of tools, solutions and strategies to improve patient safety
  • Recognize workforce diversity and demonstrate skills in collaboration and effective teamwork for enhancing safety and quality of services provided
  • Reflect on and demonstrate understanding of the characteristics of health systems and the impact of complexity on patient care
  • Recognize the importance and advocate for a culture of safety in the workplace.

Overview :

What is patient safety and why is it important?

  • Fundamentals in patient safety
  • Causes of critical incidents and patient harm
  • Patient Involvement
  • Safety culture and team work
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PATIENT ASSESSMENT CPD Approved By : DCAS, DHA, HAAD, MOH


Duration : 1 Day

Course Description:

This course provides the students with the knowledge and skill necessary to perform a comprehensive health assessment utilizing the skills of history taking, inspection, palpation, percussion, and auscultation. Normal assessment findings, frequently seen variations from normal and cultural differences are discussed.

Objectives :

Upon successful completion of the course, the student will:

  • Demonstrate history-taking and interviewing skills necessary for comprehensive data collection.
  • Demonstrate beginning level skill in the techniques of physical exam: inspection, palpation, percussion, and auscultation.
  • Differentiate between normal and abnormal assessment findings.
  • Apply relevant anatomy and physiology to the health assessment process.
  • Integrate health assessment into the nursing process and nursing practice.
  • Describe how cultural/ethnic differences influence the findings in a health assessment.
  • Explain how assessment techniques vary across the lifespan.

Overview :

Upon successful completion of the course, the student will:

  • History taking skills
  • Communication skills ( verbal/nonverbal)
  • Physical examination skills using 4 techniques( inspection, palpation, auscultation and percussion)
  • Demonstration of physical examination systematically from head to toe for adult, pediatric and infant
  • Nursing process and documentation
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HIGH ALERT MEDICATIONS CPD Approved By : DCAS, DHA, HAAD, MOH


Duration : 1 Day

Objectives :

  • To establish safe medication practices for High Alert medications throughout all clinical areas in order to protect patients from medication errors or significant adverse outcomes
  • For the protection of patients from errors and adverse reactions resulting from the use of look-alike sound alike medications and high alert medications
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SICK KIDS CPD Approved By : DCAS, DHA, HAAD, MOH


Duration : 3 Day

Objectives :

    • Reflect on families and our personal experiences of family centered care & parental involvement
    • Examine the realities & stressors of NICU families
    • Discover parental perspectives of the NICU experience
    • Discover how to develop therapeutic relationships using the Guarded Alliance Model
    • identify methods of communicating with families
    • Discuss ways to enhance Family Centered Care
    • Explore case studies and engage participants in reflective discussion
    • Identify different roles and characteristics that are essential to any team
    • Define Interprofessional Collaboration (IPC) and its effects of patient care
    • Identify factors to contribute and strengthen IPC
    • Discuss the importance of effective interprofessional communication
    • To provide a comprehensive neonatal care curriculum that integrates physiologic, developmental and family centered care perspectives into clinical care
    • Enhance mastery, confidence and competence by building on existing knowledge, skill and experience
    • Enhance nurses knowledge and implementation of theoretical frameworks that support evidenced based best practice in neonatal nursing
    • Integrate knowledge and skill required for neonatal nursing into the clinical setting
    • Discuss and debate new principles of neonatal care in a safe environment that supports reflection and examination of professional practice, values and goals
    • Identify barriers and ways to improve our personal interprofessional communication
    • Discuss ways in which you can improve interprofessional collaboration and communication in your own practice

Outline:

  • Parental Presence & Family Centered Care
  • Interprofessional Collaboration & Communication in the NICU
  • Introduction to Neonatal Nursing
  • Maternal/Fetal development
  • Infant nutrition and thermoregulation
  • Kangaroo care in NICU
  • Neonatal Medication administration
  • Developmental care
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